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NO BRAKE lights have the one in rear window running and turn

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Please check the fuse, if okay there is a switch controlled by the brake pedal. Make sure the switch works. The brake lights wiring also goes through the signal light switch. I can't tell you the wire colors to check for 12v into the signal switch or the color wires coming out of the switch

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